Total spend on summer Premier League transfers sails past £600m – Newcastle United have spent £4m
This is now the 58th day of the summer market for Premier League transfers.
The window opened on 17 May 2018 and already there has been significant business done.
In terms of total spend by the 20 Premier League clubs, this has now passed £600m (as per amounts on all agreed deals below), an average of £30m per club.
From the Newcastle United perspective, only £4m paid out so far, with Dubravka becoming a permanent signing, then Ki Sung-Yueng a free transfer, and Kenedy on loan.
Since Tuesday alone, a massive £182m has been paid out by PL clubs, with even Fulham contributing £35m of that on two players.
This window closes in England at 5pm on Thursday 9 August, so 27 days of fun and games still to go until deadline day.
Over in France, Germany, Italy and Spain, their windows opened on 1 June and run until 31 August.
So once the Premier League window closes, clubs in other countries can still potentially buy players from English clubs for another 22 days, though English clubs will no longer be able to buy.
Confirmed Premier League transfers so far in the 2018 Summer Transfer Window as listed by BBC Sport:
Jannik Vestergaard [Borussia Monchengladbach – Southampton] Undisclosed (Reported to be £18m)
Kenedy [Chelsea – Newcastle] Loan
Maxime le Marchand [Nice – Fulham] Undisclosed (Reported to be £29m)
Jean Michael Seri [Nice – Fulham] Undisclosed (Reported to be £6m)
Andriy Yarmolenko [Borussia Dortmund – West Ham] Undisclosed (Reported to be £22m)
Matteo Guendouzi [Lorient – Arsenal] Undisclosed (Reported to be £7m)
Angus Gunn [Manchester City – Southampton] £13.5m
Riyad Mahrez [Leicester – Manchester City] £60m
Lucas Torreira [Sampdoria – Arsenal] £26m
Jack Wilshere [Arsenal – West Ham] Free
Bernardo [RB Leipzig – Brighton] £9m
Ben Foster [West Brom – Watford] Undisclosed (Reported to be £3m)
Ken Sema [Ostersund – Watford] Undisclosed (Reported to be £2m)
Adam Masina [Bologna – Watford] Undisclosed (Reported to be £5m)
Sokratis Papastathopoulos [Borussia Dortmund – Arsenal] Undisclosed (Reported to be £16m)
David Brooks [Sheffield United – Bournemouth] Undisclosed (Reported to be £10m)
Mohamed Elyounoussi [Basel – Southampton] reported £16m
Ki Sung-yeung [Swansea – Newcastle] Free
Bobby Reid [Bristol City – Cardiff] reported £10m
Alex Smithies [QPR – Cardiff] reported £3.5m
Stuart Armstrong [Celtic – Southampton] £7m
Fred (Shakhtar Donetsk – Man Utd) £47m
Juninho Bacuna (Groningen – Huddersfield) Undisclosed (Reported to be £5m)
Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea – West Ham) £7m
James Maddison (Norwich – Leicester) Undisclosed (Reported to be £22m)
Issa Diop (Toulouse – West Ham) £22m
Rui Patricio (Sporting Lisbon – Wolves) Free
Marc Navarro (Espanyol – Watford) Undisclosed (Reported to be £4m)
Greg Cunningham (Preston – Cardiff) Undisclosed (Reported to be £3.5m)
Raul Jimenez (Benfica – Wolves) Loan
Josh Murphy (Norwich – Cardiff) Undisclosed (reported to be £10m)
Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke – Huddersfield) £5.7m
Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona to Watford) Undisclosed (Reported to be £11m)
Jonny Evans (West Brom – Leicester) £3.5m
Vicente Guaita (Getafe – Crystal Palace) Free
Terence Kongolo (Monaco – Huddersfield) Undisclosed (Reported to be £17.6m)
Diogo Dalot (Porto – Manchester United) £19m
Ryan Fredericks (Fulham – West Ham United) Free
Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus – Arsenal) Free
Benik Afobe (Bournemouth – Wolves) £10m
Willy Boly (Porto – Wolves] £10m
Ben Hamer (Leicester – Huddersfield) Free
Martin Dubravka (Sparta Prague – Newcastle United) Undisclosed (Reported to be £4m)
Fabinho (Monaco – Liverpool) £39m
Naby Keita (RB Leipzig to Liverpool) – Fee of up to £66m depending on extra payments (Deal agreed in summer 2017 and will go through on 1 July 2018)
Florin Andone (Deportivo La Coruna – Brighton) Undisclosed (Reported to be £5m)
Ben Wilmot (Stevenage – Watford) Undisclosed (Reported to be £1,5m)
Joseph Tomlinson (Yeovil Town – Brighton) Free
Leon Balogun (Mainz – Brighton) Free
Ricardo Pereira (Porto – Leicester) Undisclosed (Reported to be £18m)
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